Meaning, real healing modalities, not high-priced modern medicine.
The annual cost for these reports is $25.00. I charge this nominal fee for two main reasons: 1) it helps allay my costs for the books, seminars, journal articles, etc., that I use as source materials for my reports; and, 2) it requires your “skin in the game” as incentive for you to pay closer attention to what I have to say.
It’s simple human nature – freebies have less value. And I really want you to put as much effort as you can into understanding and putting into action the strategies that I provide for you.
How to Get My Reports
You have a choice between snail mail or email for delivery. Here is how to take advantage of either option.
Choice 1: Going “retro” – i.e., real mail
Although modern technology is wonderful in many ways, I encourage you to reduce your exposure to it as much as possible. Your health depends on doing so. (I will explain the why and how of that recommendation in future reports.) For that reason, I will be happy to send you my reports offline, in hard copy, directly to your home.
I also think that this approach gives you the chance to connect with me the old-fashioned way – i.e., one on one. No mass electronic mailings. Just me sending my reports directly to you.
Yes, that means using actual snail mail. I will mail my reports to you once a month, to your street address.
(I will also send them by email if you prefer. See below on how to make that happen.)
I don’t want you to spend any more time reading online than is necessary. (And most of it is NOT necessary.) Not on this or any other website. Not in emails. Not on Facebook or other social media. Not anywhere.
Besides, if you, like me, appreciate having real books, newspapers, and other printed materials in your own hands, then my reports will be more satisfying for you. (I know that ‘surveys’ show us Baby Boomers to be tech-savvy. Personally, however, I would just rather not stare at an electronic screen any longer than I have to.)
So let’s get to the low-tech process I’m using here, which has already worked for centuries.
Ordering by Snail Mail
1. Mail your payment of $25.00 to me at the Baby Boomers Health Center (full disclosure, this is my home office, where I do all of my research and writing):
Dr. Dennis Clark
4710 E. Wintu Way
Phoenix, AZ 85044
2. Be sure to include your name and return address (I really didn’t need to tell you that, right?).
3. Payment methods:
a) Cash works, if you trust the U.S. Post Office.
b) Checks work better. Make yours out to me personally – Dr. Dennis Clark.
c) A credit card number works. I recommend against sending credit card information electronically. To use this method, we will have to talk. Give me a call or a text, and I will get back to you as soon as I can. My cell phone number is 602-908-8520. No secretary or other office personnel. Just me.
Choice 2. Ordering Online
I have set up ordering via PayPal. This method will give me your email address so I can send each report to your In Box. Once you submit payment, you will receive a link for downloading my Welcome Issue. It all happens almost instantaneously (or, it is supposed to) – no waiting.
Just click on the button here.
If everything goes according to plan (fingers crossed!), once you submit payment you will immediately receive a link to the page where you can download my Welcome Issue.
QUICK HEADS UP: Billing through PayPal will show my company name as “Starfish Solutions LLC,” not me personally. (The name comes from the starfish story about saving one starfish at a time.)
The snail method does have an ancient feel, like ordering from the old Sears & Roebuck catalog, doesn’t it? (Okay, we’re not THAT old…our parents did this at one time, though.) I like that feeling.
Of course, according to a recent AARP magazine, we Baby Boomers are plenty tech-savvy. The electronic method may be preferable for you. Either way, you will be getting the reports you ordered.
Communicating with Me
Whenever you have questions, comments, etc., for me, all of the following will work:
When you want to share with other Baby Boomers, the easiest thing to do is submit a comment at the end of any of my articles at the Blog page on this website. I check for comments frequently. Comments have to be approved by me, so spammers and scammers won’t appear here. Once approved, I will write my response for all to see.
Of course, writing a real letter, in an envelope, always works, too.
I have also set up a dedicated email account at BabyBoomersHealthCenter [at] gmail [dot] com. (Notice how I wrote that to undermine email-harvesting robots?) I check that account once a day, so be patient when waiting for my reply.
Call my cell phone: 602-908-8520. (I usually keep the ringer set to “mute” – my strategy for limiting interruptions. Or, I might be on the golf course when you call. Either way, I will check for messages each day and return your call as quickly as I can.)
Are Their Any Guarantees?
I’m not up for the usual “marketing games” that others play.
Rather than doing that, I’ll just promise to give you your money back if you are not satisfied with my reports.
No questions asked. (Actually, I might like to chat with you for your input on how I could make my reports better for one and all.)
Simple, straightforward. The way I like it. I’m sure you do, too.
I look forward to hearing from you…
Want to chat?
I am up for chatting with you about various aspects of our health. I value your input and feedback on what I have to say here. Although I am not glued to my email or cell phone, I do respond to messages pretty much daily.